Hannah J. Stolze (PhD in Business Administration; MA in Biblical Studies, Wheaton College) is an Associate Professor of SCM & Director of the Center for Transformative Sales & Supply Chain Leadership at Lipscomb University. A former member of the U.S. Army, Stolze worked in public affairs, as a civilian in international business, and was a 2020 Fulbright Scholar in Indonesia. Stolze has conducted research with 40+ companies in the areas of global supply chain management and social and environmental sustainability. Stolze recently published an article on sustainable SCM and bad press in the Harvard Business Review. Dr. Stolze is the author of the book, Wisdom Based Business: Applying Biblical Principles and Evidence-Based Research for a Purposeful and Profitable Business which has been endorsed by several industry leaders including Kristin Colber-Baker, Head of Global Talent, Mars, Inc. Learn more: www.hannahstolze.com and follow her on LinkedIn.
M.A., Wheaton College, Biblical Studies; Ph.D., University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Major: Business Administration. Logistics. Supervisor: D; MBA, Lindenwood University. Major: Business Administration, Advertising Concentration; B.A., Carthage College. Majors: International Political Economics & Chinese, Minor: Asian Studies